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ST. THOMAS, ON – In February, Canadian stock car driver DJ Kennington will be behind the wheel of an all-Canadian effort in the world’s biggest stock car race; the Daytona 500.
The St. Thomas, Ontario resident is a two-time champion of Canada’s NASCAR series and has extensive experience competing in the sanctioning body’s US-based Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- In a season filled with so many accomplishments and record-breaking achievements, 2016 may not played out the same if it wasn't for the two early season races Cayden Lapcevich didn't win.
And in the end, it got a 16-year-old from Grinsby, Ontario, to the very place he hoped he could reach back when he was just a little kid visiting the race track.
"Walking through the pits with my grandpa, and see all the hard work they were putting into it," said Lapcevich. "I wanted to put an attempt at this and see what we'd accomplish."> More
MONTREAL, Quebec - Alex Labbe and Go FAS Racing have announced that the young Quebec driver will contend its second NASCAR Pinty’s series Championship as a full-time driver in 2017. In addition, he will be taking part in five starts in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, starting with a ticket to the Ticket Galaxy 200, this Saturday, November 12th, on the Phoenix International Race-way, in Arizona.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Cayden Lapcevich's impressive season continued as he earned another honor.
The NASCAR Pinty's Series champion is also the Josten’s Rookie of the Year for the series. He becomes the first driver to win both awards in the same year.
The 16 year-old high school senior outdistanced Kevin Lacroix to win the prestigious honor and felt he was able to get the award based his improvement on road courses.> More
FRASERVILLE, Ont. – There was a changing of the guard at Kawartha Speedway on Sunday after the running of the Kawartha 250.
Jason Hathaway, a veteran who has started every race in the history of the NASCAR Pinty’s Series (121), closed out his career as a full-time driver winning the season finale, while 16 year-old rookie Cayden Lapcevich celebrated winning the series championship.
Lapcevich, who initially planned to compete part-time this season, finished the year with three wins and was the only driver to finish in the top-10 in all 12 events.> More
FRASERVILLE, Ont. – Due to continued rain throughout the afternoon and heavy rain forecasted for later Saturday night, Kawartha Speedway and NASCAR have postponed the Kawartha 250 originally scheduled for Saturday.
The Kawartha 250 season finale for the NASCAR Pinty's Series will now be held on Sunday, September 18 at 1 p.m.More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Cayden Lapcevich will become the youngest NASCAR champion in the history of the organization on Saturday when he takes the green flag in the Kawartha 250 at Kawartha Speedway and is crowned after the NASCAR Pinty’s Series season finale. However, there are still several drivers looking to end the season on a positive note. Below is a statistical look at the performance of the series and selected drivers at the track.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The NASCAR Pinty’s Series will concludes its 2016 season with the Kawartha 250 at Kawartha Speedway on Saturday in Fraserville, Ontario.
While this year’s driver’s battle for the championship isn’t as close as the four-, three- and two-point margins between 2013-2015, this year’s NPS championship will be no less historic.
Cayden Lapcevich only has to take the green flag to clinch his first championship and in the process break the record as the youngest champion in the history of NASCAR.> More